MOBILE MAPPING - IES 2016

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Mobile Mapping

Mobile mapping systems allow for rapid collection of data to allow accurate assessment of conditions on the ground.

A dual frequency GNSS receiver establishes a geospatial position; an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) provides vehicle attitude; and connection to the vehicle or external wheel encoder obtains odometry information. These three technologies work in tandem to sustain a highly accurate 3D position for the vehicle even in locations where satellite signals can be blocked by obstructions such as buildings, bridges, or tree lines.

High-quality georeferenced point clouds and high-resolution imagery can be supplied for engineers, and geospatial professionals conducting as-built modeling, inventory, inspection, and asset management for roads, bridges, railways etc.


 
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